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Foo-ing Down: Dave Grohl Snaps In LA Traffic, Beats Cashier With Slim Jim, Attacks Bandmates With Golf Cart, & Gets Tasered In New 'Walk' Video

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LA's unique brand of gridlock madness grips Dave Grohl in the Foo Fighters' new video "Walk," a re-imagining of the 1993 Michael Douglas freakout classic, "Falling Down." Beginning with a shout-out to the 110 freeway, the 101 freeway, and everyone's favorite nightmare, the soon-to-be-shut-down-for-more-than-two-days 405 freeway, the video tracks Grohl on a city wide rampage that culminates, as some things do, in a taser-filled arrest at band practice.

Tags: Foo Fighters, Music, More Music Videos